JNU violence: Delhi Police identifies masked woman in video as Delhi University student

The Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police has said that it has identified the masked woman seen in one of the viral videos of the violence which took place inside JNU campus on January 5

JNU violence: Delhi Police identifies masked woman in video as Delhi University student
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The Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police has said that it has identified the masked woman seen in one of the viral videos of the violence which took place inside Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on January 5.

The masked woman, wearing a check shirt, light blue scarf and carrying a stick, seen in the alleged videos of the violence, has been identified as a student of Delhi University, police stated.

According to news agency ANI, Delhi Police said, "SIT team has identified that the masked woman who was seen in videos of JNU violence is from Delhi University. She will be soon served notice to join the investigation.”

In the viral video, the masked woman was seen wearing a check shirt. Her face was covered with a blue scarf. When the mob tried to push students, person shooting the video points the camera at the masked woman and says, “She’s the girl who said she is a JNU student but she’s not… piche ja (go back).”

She was also recorded as saying, “Kya bolegi?” after the mob threatened the students and teachers inside the JNU campus.

On January 5, 2020, several masked individuals thrashed students and teachers inside the campus with wooden and metal rods. Over 34 students were admitted to AIIMS with severe injuries.

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